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We can file under "may not see it in my tenure" but let's lay some groundwork: IT through scouting.org just needs to improve even to manage what it does now, but let's suppose it gets better (and this would have have to be on the par of Google campus better) and can reliably track each user's scouting career ... Once a scout, always a scout. Opinions from old and young alike matter. So ... Votes are proportional to service stars (years registered in the program). For issues specific to the program, votes are proportional to time served in that program. Current vs. lapsed vs. never r
I'm spinning off of the other discussion about making the new Cyberchip requirements work for crossovers. The question is what can a scout learn via the existing curriculum that gets him somewhat prepared to help someone in need? And, what does a boy need to master to be prepared to help someone? I'm asking because I'm not involved in guiding scouts through the Cyberchip program, but I have scouts who are the "leaders" in their families in internet privacy/security issues. (That's good and bad.) Is this the 21st century equivalent of the old "how to help in case of a runaway horse" req
What Technology Does Your Unit Use? In looking through the "technology section" here I did not find a thread that summed up all the technology that we use in running our program. I thought it might be useful to start a thread that collected various technology used in your units. Rather than be prescriptive, I thought it might be useful to just list out what you use and why you use it. I will offer up a sample from my unit. TroopMaster: We use the client-based software for troop management. We have subscriptions to their web application which also links now to an iPhone/Android app w